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Teller House (Fischer Building)
Silverton's brewer, Charles Fischer, erected this double-front, two-story brick building with storefront space below and guest rooms for the Teller House hotel above. The fine Eastlake wooden trim and the battered oak bar are notable. The Teller House, now a bed and breakfast with a bakery on the ground floor, retains much of its original interior, including doors enclosing the central stairway with its original skylight and boxcar paneling.
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